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Professor Diamond Presents Electronic Discovery CLE

Professor Randy Diamond presented an overview of electronic discovery on July 10 for the Boone County Bar Association.  His talk focused on recent changes that bring Missouri discovery rules into closer alignment with longstanding federal rules on electronically stored information. The Missouri changes effective July 1, 2019 are here.  Additional changes effective August 28, 2019, if Governor Mike Parson signs Senate…

Professor Diamond Presents at AI Conference

Professor Randy Diamond recently gave a talk on “Technology for Lawyers” at Duquesne University School of Law. The conference featured presentations from educators, practitioners, policy makers, and computer scientists on how the development of artificial intelligence is affecting society, the law, the legal profession, and legal education. Professor Diamond discussed a new course he has developed on “Innovation and Technology…

Professor Schmitz Meets with Consortium Applying Data Science to Dispute Resolution

Professor Amy J. Schmitz engaged in meetings in Montreal, Canada, with the Conflicts Analytics Lab, which is a research consortium on the application of data science to dispute resolution. The lab program is a joint initiative of Queen’s-Smith, Columbia Business Analytics and HEC-Paris Smart Law. Its flagship project is an AI-powered tribunal for small claims. The purpose of the meetings…

Professor Schmitz to Discuss ‘Dangers of Digitizing Due Process’ in Montreal

In late March, Professor Amy J. Schmitz will speak on the “Dangers of Digitizing Due Process” at the University of Montreal. This presentation is in conjunction with its LexUM Chair on Legal Information and its Cyberjustice Laboratory “Tech criticism of Tech products” Lecture Series. Professor Schmitz will explain how technology is transforming legal services and access to justice in positive,…

Professor Schmitz Collaborates on Technology in Dispute Resolution Panel

The Journal of Dispute Resolution, Professor Amy J. Schmitz, and Professor Peter Reilly of Texas A&M University have collaborated to lay the foundation for an innovative symposium issue of the journal. This issue will be the focus of a special panel at the Association of American Law School’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans, La., on January 5, 2019. “Promises and…

Professor Diamond Writes and Comments on Legal Technology Issues

In a magazine piece titled “Let’s Teach our Students Legal Technology… But What Should We Include” 23 AALLSpectrum 23 (September/October 2018), co-author Professor Randy Diamond emphasizes electronic discovery challenges and competencies. “Electronically stored information (ESI), already ubiquitous in emails, texts, productivity software, databases, social media, video, phone records, digital photos and GPS, is growing exponentially with the connection of “everything”…